the NOTIFY request does.
The valid values are TRUE or FALSE.
Live Communications Server 2003 does not support BENOTIFY requests. To interoperate with server applications written with the Live Communications Server 2003 server API running on Live Communications Server 2005 and third-party servers, BENOTIFY requests can be disabled by setting its value to FALSE. BENOTIFY is not currently part of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) SIP standardization process.
This attribute provides a list of all the domains in a forest that host SIP-enabled users. The default is an empty list, indicating that all domains in the forest are SIP-enabled.
Valid values are multiple strings representing the domain names of individual domains.
Live Communications Server 2005
This attribute stores name:value pairs. The already-defined name:value